Tuesday, April 3, 2007

Highlighting words with Shift in Word

You can use the Shift key in Windows (and Word of course) to highlight letters and words, without reaching over for the mouse. Really simple, but again, not a lot of people know it!

Just press Shift at the point you want to start highlighting and move the cursor keys! Voila! Your words get highlighted letter by letter, which is great if you need to highlight the word you were on and far quicker than using the mouse.

Next time we are going to combine this with another recent tip, making it even more usable! Stay tuned!

1 comment:

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